“Set designer Beckie Morris, one of Theatre Orangeville’s greatest assets, has once again outdone herself here. With a simple yet ingenious combination of mobile set pieces, curtains, impressively-realistic elevator doors and a familiar Macy’s backdrop, she manages to seamlessly and quickly change locales without sacrificing detail or accuracy.”
“Among the more fascinating components of this world premiere presentation is the intricate set design by Beckie Morris, whose work seldom disappoints. The set is composed almost entirely of corrugated cardboard – working furniture and all.
The construction is flawless and inordinately detailed and the material’s neutral colour not only highlights the impeccable arrangement, but it’s also the perfect compliment to such a character-driven production. It really must be seen to be believed.”
The set design by Beckie Morris is astounding. It may only be one room, but her remarkable attention to detail helps the audience become fully immersed in the story.”
“Once again in this theatre, the set, designed by Beckie Morris, is not just beautiful but perfect for the play. Luxurious without opulence or pretensions, the interesting formation and colouring is so great to look at”
“Beckie Morris designing productions, loving the work” (Feature)